For a long time, I felt like Vaughan was the city that transportation planners forgot. There was limited transit within the city itself but if you wanted to connect, you would end up taking three times as long because none of the schedules meshed. And then this past Christmas everything changed and we got transit… Continue reading Porter Airlines : What to expect on short trips.
Having explored the seaside adjunct area of Kejimkujik National Park, we couldn’t wait to see the treasures we would find as we adventured more inland . It was back to Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site for us where we spent most of the morning. We drove an hour to get to an inland trail and checked… Continue reading Great Canadian Road Trip : Digby & The Tall Ships
Thanks to our Discovery Pass, we had a chance to explore some of most beautiful parks in Canada and check out some of the National Historic Sites along the way. We started off our day in Annapolis Royal with a visit to the Fort Anne National Historic Site. The kids had an amazing time at Fort Anne. … Continue reading Great Canadian Road Trip Annapolis Royal & Burntcoat Head Park
After visiting the most photographed lighthouse in Canada, sampling some delicious East Coast food, and being charmed in old town Lunenburg, our adventures with the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox led us to Crescent Beach and Kejimkujik National Park. In the morning we visited Crescent Beach, a very long sandy beach and a perfect place to spend the day. We… Continue reading Great Canadian Road Trip: Crescent Beach & Kejimkujik National Park
We tested out a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox on our trip to Nova Scotia, PEI, and Iles de la Madeleine in summer 2017. The kids loved that they can access WiFi and I liked it too because some of the drives were long it kept the kids from asking that annoying “are we there yet?” question… Continue reading Great Canadian Road Trip : Peggy’s Cove to Lunenburg.
We took a multigenerational trip with my in-laws and the kids to Mont-Tremblant last winter. It was by far one of the best ski experiences I’ve ever had. I’m not a very good skier, the kids are really novice level, and my husband used to do ski patrol so it was a varied skill-level group… Continue reading Winter at Mont-Tremblant with kids
There is a place in Canada where the red sand from the rocks washes into the ocean and deposits white sand on the beach. Where the dunes are rich in salt and there are islands without trees.